discriminating

discriminating
adjective
kritisch [Urteil, Auge, Kunde, Kunstsammler]; fein [Geschmack, Gaumen, Ohr]
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dis·crimi·nat·ing
[dɪˈskrɪmɪneɪtɪŋ, AM -t̬-]
adj (approv form)
1. (able to discern) kritisch
\discriminating palate feiner Gaumen geh
2. (having good taste) anspruchsvoll
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[dI'skrImIneItɪŋ]
adj
1) (= discerning) person anspruchsvoll, kritisch; judgement, eye kritisch; palate fein

a discriminating ear — ein feines Gehör

2) (FIN) tax, tariff diskriminierend
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discriminating [-neıtıŋ] adj (adv discriminatingly)
1. unterscheidend, auseinanderhaltend
2. scharfsinnig, urteilsfähig, kritisch
3. anspruchsvoll (Käufer etc)
4. WIRTSCH Differenzial…:
discriminating duty
5. ELEK Selektiv…:
discriminating relay Rückstromrelais n
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adjective
kritisch [Urteil, Auge, Kunde, Kunstsammler]; fein [Geschmack, Gaumen, Ohr]
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adj.
benachteiligend adj.
unterscheidend adj.
urteilsfähig adj.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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